Workforce Management’s Significant Role in Patient Care
April 27, 2017
As the healthcare industry shifts focus from volume to value, standardization is needed to accurately benchmark labor resource utilization. This is the premise of a survey conducted by HealthLeaders Media and sponsored by Kronos.
What constitutes direct patient care? Hands-on patient assessment, administering medications, and performing procedures clearly top the list. But can other activities be considered direct care too—even those not conducted in a patient’s presence? For healthcare systems trying to benchmark the impact of staffing on clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction, these are important questions.
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Which of the following actions are considered direct patient care in your organization?
Which of the following actions are considered indirect patient care in your organization?
Which of the following actions are considered neither direct nor indirect care but are categorized separately as non-patient care in your organization?
Strategies to Help Your Hospital Win at Value-Based Population Health Management
April 3, 2017
The transition from a hospital-centric model to one that improves community health will require renewed vision. The outcome will bring a shift in how leadership focuses on talent that resides on the hospital team, accompanied by new skillsets that will fill gaps left by the fee-for-service model.
From Storage to Usage: How a Data Platform Can Unlock the Value of Healthcare Data
April 3, 2017
The age of Big Data has long since arrived in healthcare, and it continues to evolve rapidly. Solutions that once seemed like the silver bullet are struggling to keep up with increased demands. The biggest change: managing the data that lives outside the four walls of your enterprise. Read this whitepaper focused on how a data platform can unlock the value of healthcare data. You’ll learn:
Why an EDW model may not be enough for your health system
How data acquisition at scale and data access are easier with the right tools
The Two-Aspirin Headaches of Tomorrow's Clinicians
March 17, 2017
When it comes to clinical communications and workflow, today’s headaches could become tomorrow’s – but they don’t have to. Our new eGuide looks at four key challenges to clinical communication and workflow, and how four different hospitals overcame them.
Staffing shortages: See how nurses can accomplish more with less stress and spend more time on patient care.
Blending operational efficiency with clinical quality: Find out how nurses’ half hour communication workflow can be reduced to an instant.
Delivering an exceptional patient experience: Discover how our customers made complaints go down and HCAHPS scores go up by making rounding easy and systematic.
Getting physicians to adopt new technologies and protocols: Learn about how we’ve helped hospitals get physicians on board with new technology and want to keep using it.
Improve Eight Major Financial Metrics With One Change to Your Infrastructure
March 17, 2017
Imagine making significant progress on multiple imperatives with just one change in infrastructure.
What is that one infrastructure change? Your patient access systems. In particular, the systems that connect patients with your organization, getting them scheduled with the right provider at the right time. We’re talking about your call center.
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Which eight metrics are affected
Why call centers can make a difference
The qualities of a world-class call center
In the wake of healthcare reform and the shift to value-based performance, hospitals, health systems and multi-specialty practice groups are facing the need to achieve more key financial objectives than ever before. Download this report today to find out what steps healthcare leaders are taking to improve patient satisfaction and deliver financial results.